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Getting a great sleep on those hot summer nights can be a fine art if you don’t have adequate air conditioning!
We’ve all been there: tossing and turning and sweating because it’s still SO hot and humid even though the sun has been down for hours. It can be incredibly frustrating!
Say goodnight to hot and miserable summer nights with our five easy tips for a great summer sleep (even when it’s hot):
While the holidays are the most wonderful time of the year, they are also the busiest. With shopping, decorating, wrapping, cooking, travelling, parties, visiting and eating galore, this is no time to lose sleep. Not only do you need your sleep to perform at your best for all of your commitments, but you also need to maintain a strong immune system--there is no room in the schedule to be sick.
Follow our guide this holiday season and you'll definitely sleep like a yule log, ho ho ho.
Since we've 'fallen back' earlier this month, the days have gotten shorter and it's becoming darker earlier and earlier. Those lovely mornings, waking up to sunshine will be gone again until spring returns. All of this darkness has a way of messing with our internal clocks as natural light hugely impacts our circadian rhythm, also known as our sleep/wake cycle.
Have you noticed yourself getting tired early in the evening? Is it more difficult to get up early in the morning?
That's because, even if it's your normal time to wake up, the lack of natural light is confusing your body, making you feel extra sleepy and throwing our internal clocks out of sync with our circadian rhythm. It can be very disruptive and often happens with Daylight Savings Time. It's a feeling comparable to jet-lag.
Follow our six easy steps to help reset and sync your internal clock back up to your circadian rhythm:
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